Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 June 2017
Very intensed workload. Handling large building projects under project managers. Getting equipment pricing and deliveries. Placing purchase orders. But stuck between US management and CANADA management
Health Care Practitioner (Former Employee) – Regina, Sk – 16 December 2013
This company cuts people for no reason with no warning. We were told there would be no more cuts this year, and two months later, they cut my job. They acquired me from another company and didn't like my pay scale, here today gone tomorrow. They don't care if you do a great job and take good care of people. Management is all about money!. They preach Integrity but they don't show any.
Sales (Former Employee) – Peterborough – 18 September 2013
Seems good for the first year, then you notice and feel everyone starting to back stab u and hang you out to dry, no training but lots of innapropriate mess when you mess up: staff in ptbo are all winers and not in it for the love of the clients.
Chauffeur et conduite de chariot élévateur (Current Employee) – Saint-hubert, QC – 27 August 2013
une liste de livraison et envoyer par email la veille entre 15 et 20 client on commence a l'hrs que l'on veut selon le secteur que va livré libre de commencer tres tot ou plus tard tant que les client son livre dans la journée pas beaucoup de poste qui s'ouvre dans ce terminal la direction ne met pas de pression flexible sur les horaires et hrs de travaille beaucoup de formation de securité bonne entraide entre les chauffeur flexibiliter de l'horaire
Driver (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 July 2013
Worked at Praxair for 16.5 years had one incident and according to there rules were suppose to be allowed 2 , I had an incident and the people like Transportation manager for Edmonton and western Canada did nothing but cover there own back sides. the Driver supervisor who is suppose to be there for the drivers ran to Winnipeg MB as the National Vice President of Praxair Canada was on the War path because of all the incidents involving other drivers i was used as a wiping post. Every one who was suppose to help me ran for the hills. They change rules to suit them selves like smoking in the trucks, grounds for instant dismissal nope not in Edmonton the manager buries his head in the sand, like driver supervisor also. Also mangement swept things under the carpet to suit them selves. Like i said use to be a great place to work not now as a driver your a number
A great bunch of drivers, the mechanics are great.
Management changes rules to make them selves look good.
Banking/Accounting Coordinator (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 April 2013
Typical day at work is very responsible, busy and sometimes with critical deadlines. I have learned to meet challenging deadlines, analyze problems, resolve issues in professional manner, make well thought out decisions and to take accountability of assigned jobs Professional, well organized management that gives serious consideration to every aspect of jobs Very friendly, easygoing and helpful co-workers who are always willing to assist/help when necessary. The hardest part of the work is sometimes the volume and the long hours on month closing. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with my united team members and successfully completing the assigned projects by deadline.
Auditor / Special Projects / Project Management (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 3 April 2012
PRAXAIR is a VERY SAFETY COMMITTED organization that provides its employees with superior compensation, excellent training, significant opportunity for education & advancement and significant stability, security and good life/work balance.
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